Driveshaft repair costs in the UK
Your driveshaft repair will depend on the make and model of the vehicle and how long it takes to carry out the work.
- A typical mid-price marque such as Ford, Fiat, Hyundai or Honda can cost anywhere from £250–£500 from an authorised dealer.
- If you drive a luxury model such as a Lexus, Alfa Romeo or Mercedes, then you can expect the prices to rise to anywhere up to £400–£900.
- At the higher end of the scale, for those of you lucky enough to be driving a Porsche, a Lotus or a Jaguar, you can expect to pay up to £1500–£2000 for the service.
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There are various means of your engine propelling your car, and depending on what type of vehicle it is, will dictate the kind of driveshaft is uses.
There are different systems for front-, rear- and four-wheel-drive systems.
The terminology you’re likely to hear from a mechanic could include everything from torque tubes, differentials and slip joints, to gaiters, couplings and yokes.
Needless to say, it can get pretty mind-bending if you’re not an expert and just want your car repaired with the minimum amount of fuss.